Flow Ice

RotorFlow

“The Ultimate Flow Ice Solution”

Our compact, innovative and energy efficiency RotorFLOW range is available in either containerized or standalone format.

Currently the workhorse in the Fishing industry

Why our Flow Ice System?

Everflo has developed a unique ammonia and freon system. It has the most compact footprint and is the most efficient and robust system on the market.

This is the most innovative system available with industrial features and components:

  • compact
  • powerful and produces the most ice per foot print size
  • has the highest capacity for the total space it occupies
  • simple operation and easy to maintain
  • most energy efficient
Flow Ice

Product Applications

  • Onboard & land based freezing plants
  • Plate Freezing
  • Blast freezing
  • Wild fish
  • IQF (Individual Quick Freezing)
  • Flake Ice
  • RSW
  • Flow Ice
  • Cold Stores
  • Fish & Food Processing

Product features

Stainless Steel Construction

All stainless steel piping and frames. All ammonia piping in stainless steel.

Mycom Screw Compressors

We use Mycom screw compressors for ammonia for most of our ice machines up to 400 kW. Our experience with Mycom is highly satisfactory and spare parts are available everywhere.

Zero Maintenance Oil Cooler

Oil cooling is facilitated with a thermoshiphon oil cooler and therefore no maintenance is required on the oil cooler for the screw compressor.

Titanium Shell and Tube Condenser & Pre-cooler

Highly efficient and effective chiller with water in the tubes and therefore easy to clean and maintain.
Corrosion free HDPE and stainless steel water covers.

Multi Stage Oil Separator

We manufacture our own horizontal oil separators, which are highly efficient with a very low oil carry-over. In addition, we use multi-stage oil separation and a fine filer at the end of the line to ensure optimum oil separation.

Refrigeration capacity 10kW to 1000kW

Available in a size that meets your requirements. From 10kW to 1000 kW

Low Carbon Footprint

“Everflo create the future of marine and industrial refrigeration”